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In summary, the conversation discusses obtaining the momentum distribution (n_k) from the Green functions, specifically in the context of electron correlation in a 2-D Hubbard model. The speaker is seeking advice on how to calculate and plot the Green functions, potentially using software such as Matlab.

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Momentum of what, in which system and under what conditions?

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http://www2.fz-juelich.de/nic-series/volume31/mavropoulos.pdf

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http://www2.fz-juelich.de/nic-series/volume31/mavropoulos.pdf

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Momentum distribution is a measure of the distribution of momentum states within a system, providing information about the movement and behavior of particles within that system.

Green's functions are mathematical tools used in quantum mechanics to describe the relationship between the state of a quantum system and the state of its environment.

Momentum distributions can be obtained from Green's functions through a mathematical process known as Fourier transformation. This involves converting the Green's function from a time domain to a momentum domain, allowing for the calculation of the momentum distribution.

Obtaining momentum distributions from Green's functions allows for the analysis and understanding of the behavior and interactions of particles within a quantum system. This information is crucial in many areas of physics, such as condensed matter physics and quantum field theory.

While Green's functions are a powerful tool for understanding quantum systems, there are limitations to obtaining momentum distributions from them. These limitations primarily arise from the complexity and nonlinearity of many quantum systems, making the calculation and interpretation of momentum distributions challenging.

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